Super Bowl Viewing Spots Around Los Angeles
- Astro doughnuts & fried chicken – For Super Bowl Sunday on February 4, Astro’s offers a Game Day Package, which includes 6 Football Shaped Boston Crème Doughnuts and 24 Honey Sriracha or Korean BBQ wings, for $59.95. The individual football shaped Game Day Doughnuts are $3.50. Pre-order starts Monday 1/29 for pickup or delivery on Super Bowl Sunday. These will be available in store on Super Bowl Sunday only. 516 W 6th St. (213)622-7876
- Brack Shop Tavern – Doors open at 1 p.m. on Feb. 4 at this downtown L.A. sports bar. Enjoy 50-cent wings, and $15 pitchers (60-ounces) of Budweiser and Goose Island IPA on Super Bowl Sunday. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. and deals will last until the end of the game. Not into watching football? The Brack Shop’s game room has ping-pong, Jenga, Mario Kart and more to play while others are cheering on the Patriots and the Eagles. For $50, you can reserve a table for three to 12 guests, and get 40 wings and two beer pitchers (Budweiser or Goose Island IPA). 525 W. Seventh St., (213)232-8657.
- Vegan tailgate – The craft beer restaurant and bar Mohawk Bend in Echo Park is hosting a vegan tailgate party from 2 to 7 p.m. Special game day offerings include a vegan platter that lasts until halftime. The platter is paired with Anchor California Lager for $23. Starting at 3 p.m., a bowl of wings with three different sauce choices is available for $12. 2141 W. Sunset Blvd., (213)483-2337.
- All-you-can-eat at The Proud Bird – The aviation-themed restaurant with views of LAX is hosting Super Bowl specials from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Indulge with an all-you-can-eat pass at the Food Bazaar for $29.95 for adults and $19.99 for kids 5 to 12. Items offered include Bludso’s barbecue, pizza, burgers, salads, chicken and waffles, chicken wings, hot dogs and nachos. The bazaar is hosting happy hour specials at the Mile High Club Bar & Lounge with $3 Bud Light Draft, $4.50 craft draft beers, $5 well drinks and $6 wines. Watch the game on the multiple high-definition televisions set up around the bar. Be sure to enter the raffle for a chance to win goodies before the night is over. 11022 Aviation Blvd., (310)670-3093.
- Super Bowl at Tallula’s – On Feb. 4, come in between the hours of 3 to 9 p.m. to watch football, and enjoy the happy hour menu or daily specials. There is a buffalo chicken taco offered during the whole game in the bar and lounge area. Enjoy large trays of the popular nachos “sencillo” for $16, along with new party-friendly specials like veggie tacos by the dozen for $56. Chicken or beef tacos are $65, and fish tacos are $72. Delivery platforms include Postmates, Uber Eats, ChowNow, DoorDash, Caviar and Grubhub.118 Entrada Drive, Santa Monica, (310)526-0027.
- Sunday funday at Dog Haus – The gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger concept will be playing the Super Bowl game at all Biergarten locations. Happy hour specials start at 3 p.m. and go to midnight, and include $2 off draft beer and wine, $3 for a 16-ounce can of Pabst Blue Ribbon, $2 off single well drinks, and $1.25 for sliders, tots and fries. 93 E. Green St., Pasadena, (626)683-0808.
- Super Bowl fun at Ayara Lūk – The pop-up Thai eatery is having a Super Bowl viewing party with bottomless Thai-inspired food and drinks on Sunday, Feb. 4, from 3 p.m until the end of the game. Food specialties include Muay Thai wings served with Ayara Thai barbecue sauce, chicken satay flatbread, Northern Thai herbal pork sausage with Northeastern Thai fermented-rice pork sausage, and a spicy lobstah roll with creamy lime juice and lemongrass dressing on a buttery bun. There will be tailgate games and halftime raffles with chances to win gift certificates, gift baskets and swag. Tickets are $60 in advance and $75 at the door. Kids are welcome, and children under 5 years old are free. Get tickets at ayaragamedayparty2018.eventbrite.com. 8740 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, (310)881-4498.
- Griffin Club’s Super Bowl party – For the first annual Super Bowl Party on Feb. 4, there will be a large, all-day buffet with drink specials and games from 3:30 to 8:30 p.m. The 12-foot screen in Griffin Room will show the big game. This is a party for all ages. Members and their guests are welcome. The cost is $40 for adults and $20 for kids. Space is limited. RSVP by emailing email@example.com. 3084 Motor Ave., Los Angeles, (310)836-4400.
- Super Bowl house party – Tony’s Darts Away is offering a special party with complimentary bar snacks that include chips, pretzels and crackers. There offer several $2 premium dips, including chili dip, bean dip, ranch dip and queso dip. Receive two tickets if you arrive before 3:30 p.m. for a chance to win merchandise, a shirt, beer or gift certificate. Arrive after 3:30 p.m., and you’ll receive only one ticket. Winners will be drawn at the end of each quarter throughout the game. Breakfast burritos and the regular full menu are available on game day. One of the drink specials includes the “Four Quarters Worth of Beer” for $24 with four beer tickets. This is available only before first quarter of the game. 1710 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, (818)253-1710.
- Watch the game at Sixth Street Tavern – Downtown L.A.’s modern American craft beer restaurant and bar, Sixth Street Tavern, will offer the Super Bowl game with sound on. Enjoy a special Super Bowl-themed menu featuring a bracket pitting cities’ favorite dishes against each other. The menu offers a special New England Patriots clam chowdah and a Philadelphia Eagles pork ‘n’ rabe. 630 W. Sixth St., (213)614-1900.
- Beelman’s Super Bowl menu – Chef Caroline Concha has had fun creating a Super Bowl menu with special corn chowder for New England Patriots fans and Philadelphia Eagles Philly cheese steak for Eagles fans. The recently opened restaurant is 100 percent plant-based. It’s a pub offering a few special twists. 600 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, (213)622-1022.
- Super Bowl party in Marina Del Rey – The recently reopened Brennan’s restaurant and bar is offering new menu specials for Super Bowl Sunday. Canned beer is $5 all day. Food items include buffalo cauliflower for $9, buffalo chicken pizza for $15, vegan chili fries $9 and soft pretzel with beer cheese for $6. 4089 Lincoln Blvd., (424)443-5119.
- Super Bowl surf and turf – Enjoy a delicious meal while watching the Super Bowl at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. A special menu is available only on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 4. Guests will have their choice of Caesar or Fleming’s house salad, and entrée choice of a 7-ounce North Atlantic lobster or a 7-ounce king crab leg paired with a choice of an 8, 12 or 14-ounce filet mignon. Guests can choose one of Fleming’s signature desserts. The Super Bowl special starts at $50 per person. Fleming’s full menu will also be available. 800 W. Olympic Blvd. #A135, Los Angeles, (213)745-9911.
- Let Spinfish Poke spice up your party – Known for its unique spin on the popular Hawaiian poke, Spinfish will offer catering discounts for Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 4. Build your own menu by selecting the type of fish, sauces and toppings to match your guests taste preferences. Go online at spinfishpoke.com, or call the nearest location to place orders in advance of the big game. 808 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, (310)260-1321. 372 E. Second St., Los Angeles, (213)935-8404. 3847 Main St., Culver City, (310)202-7653.
- Kick off Super Bowl at Farmers Market – The Original Farmers Market, corner of Third and Fairfax, is “Super Bowl Central” for sports fans this weekend, with many merchants offering everything needed to tackle hunger and host a great party. Merchants offering Super Bowl fare include Dragunara Spice Bazaar, Huntington Meats, Farmers Market Poultry, Marconda’s Puritan Poultry, Monsieur Marcel Gourmet Market and Monsieur Marcel Seafood Market, Farm Boy Produce, Farm Fresh Produce, Magee’s House of Nuts, Michelina Artisan Boulanger, Nonna’s Empanadas, T&Y Bakery and Light My Fire. The Dog Bakery also has the four-legged fans covered with Super Bowl dog cookies. 6333 W. Third St. (323)933-9211, or visit farmersmarketla.com.
This Super Bowl Roundup was featured in the Beverly Press and Park LaBrea News on Feb. 1, 2018.